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The Economy

Considered as the most populous Arab country, Egypt is a North African country with a population of about 107 million people. Egypt's economy is diverse and driven by a variety of sectors, including agriculture, industry, and services.

The services sector contributes significantly to the Egyptian economy, with tourism being particularly important. Egypt has a number of world-famous tourist attractions, such as the pyramids and the Nile River, which attract millions of visitors each year. In addition, the country is home to a number of banks and other financial institutions that contribute to the economy by providing financial services.


The Legal Business Structure

Egypt's business laws include, among other things, (i) the Trade Code No. 17 of 1999 (the 'Trade Code'); (ii) the Companies Law No. 159 of 1981 (the 'Companies Law') and the Executive Regulation thereof; (iii) the Investment Law No. 72 of 2017 (the 'Investment Law'); and (iv) the Commercial Registry Law No. 34 of 1976 (the 'Commercial Registry Law').

Legal Business Structures available to foreigners in Egypt and the duration for set up. Foreigners who wish to do business in Egypt have several options available to them.

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